mercredi 22 novembre 2017

Caricature Déclaration d'indépendance et harcèlement sexuel

Caricature de Christopher Weyant, The Boston Globe

Caricature Paul Manafort sera-t-il gracié pour Thanksgiving?

Caricature de RJ Matson, Roll Call

Caricature Kellyanne Conway et les valeurs républicaines

Caricature de Kellyanne Conway

Caricature neutralité du Net sous Donald Trump

Caricature de Pat Bagley, Salt Lake Tribune

Les femmes quittent le Parti républicain de Donald Trump


Il y a déjà plusieurs années qu'on discute de la difficulté du Parti républicain à gagner les faveurs de l'électorat féminin. Sous Donald Trump cette situation se complique encore plus.

 "Whether you’re talking candidates, activists, or voters, the action among the ladies is on the blue side of the electoral divide, observed Kelly Dittmar, a scholar with the nonpartisan Center for American Women and Politics at Rutgers University. “It’s pretty clear the energy is partisan,” she told me.

As one data point, Dittmar points to the estimated number of gals running for House seats next year. (The official count won’t be available until after all filing deadlines have passed.) There are currently 354 women in the mix: 291 Democrats and 63 Republicans. Now compare those numbers to this point in last year’s cycle, said Dittmar, when there were 121 Democratic women and 60 Republicans running.

It doesn’t take a math whiz to chart the enthusiasm gap.

The situation, unsurprisingly, has many Republicans stressed out—even depressed. This is especially true among the women strategists, activists, and other leaders who’ve been laboring to address their party’s gender gap. In recent years, the GOP has struggled to combat its image as a pack of grumpy old white guys. Trump, to put it gently, has not been helpful in that regard. Worse still, the overheated, culture-warring nature of Trumpism has disrupted some of the most common avenues Republicans had been using to reach women. And worst of all: Not even the party players who focus on this issue seem to have any sense of where to go from here."

https://www.theatlantic.com/politics/archive/2017/11/why-republican-women-arent-galvanized-by-the-trump-era/546533/

Gestion du harcèlement sexuel au Congrès: un mode d'emploi


Selon plusieurs observateurs les récentes accusations d'inconduites sexuelles (Al Franken et Samuel Conyers) ne constitueraient que la pointe de l'iceberg, mais déjà on soulève des questions sur les procédures de gestion des plaintes contre des élus. Un système qui protège les politiciens? Un mauvais usage de l'argent des contribuables pour défendre les accusés? Un petit topo pertinent sur le site de POLITICO.

 Un exemple des thèmes abordés:

 "Are victims of harassment required to keep their experience confidential?

The compliance office says that "there is no restriction on whom you can tell" about pursuing a harassment claim, but victims are subjected to confidentiality requirements during their mandatory counseling and mediation periods. An aide who might want to speak out about their harassment claim, including talking to their employer, can ask to waive confidentiality during counseling.

 Are victims of harassment required to keep their experience confidential?

The compliance office says that "there is no restriction on whom you can tell" about pursuing a harassment claim, but victims are subjected to confidentiality requirements during their mandatory counseling and mediation periods. An aide who might want to speak out about their harassment claim, including talking to their employer, can ask to waive confidentiality during counseling."

https://www.politico.com/story/2017/11/21/congress-sexual-harassment-slush-fund-255547

Caricature joyeux tweetgiving!

Caricature de Jeff Koterba, Omaha World Herald, NE

Chronique dans "Québec aujourd'hui" sur les ondes de BLVD 102,1: Washington et l'inconduite sexuelle, neutralité du Net, Betty Bonifassi et les "works songs"

 

 Notre discussion de ce matin dans la section "Réécouter" du 22 novembre: http://blvd.fm/emissions/3-quebec-aujourd-hui

Université de Rochester et prédateur sexuel: 400 professeurs invitent au boycot de leur institution


Une situation inusitée à l'Université de Rochester dans l'état de New York. Des professeurs de ce centre de recherche dénoncent le comportement de leur collègue Florian Jaeger. Malgré de nombreuses allégations et une enquête, les dirigeants de l'université ont malgré tout offert une promotion au chercheur. Considérant qu'il est de leur devoir de protéger leurs étudiants et leurs collègues, les professent demandent aux étudiants de boycotter l'institution pour éviter le comportement de prédateur sexuel de Florian Jaeger.

 "Educators also advise students to steer clear of certain institutions.

“There's nothing about this letter that isn't already ongoing all the time,” Panneton said.%% But is unprecedented for these discussions to occur openly. This the first time academics have issued this sort of public statement, said Heidi Lockwood, a Southern Connecticut State University professor of philosophy and co-author of the letter of concern.

In September, Mother Jones broke the news of the EEOC complaint. One of the complainants, cognitive scientist Celeste Kidd, alleged that Jaeger sent her sexually explicit messages. When she was a graduate student, Jaeger pressured her into renting the spare room in his apartment. There, he mocked her body and her diet, she said.

The university had investigated claims against the scientist twice in the past two years. Yet while doing so, it promoted Jaeger. Officials concluded that Jaeger had sexual relationships with a graduate student and a prospective student. They also determined that Jaeger was not in violation of university harassment policies. Richard Aslin, a former Rochester psychologist and one of the eight who filed the complaint, stood up in a faculty meeting and resigned in protest."

https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/speaking-of-science/wp/2017/11/22/400-professors-boycott-university-of-rochester-urging-students-not-to-attend/?hpid=hp_hp-more-top-stories_rochester-1030am%3Ahomepage%2Fstory&utm_term=.7550396c300e

mardi 21 novembre 2017

Caricature Thanksgiving et harcèlement sexuel

Caricature de Rick McKee, The Augusta Chronicle

Neutralité d'internet: Ajit Pai veut également empêcher les états de légiférer

Ajit Pai

La puissante FCC (Federal Communications Commission ou Commission fédérale des communications) veut laisser le champ libre aux fournisseurs d'internet en supprimant des règles de l'administration Obama. Sous le prétexte de ne pas imposer une gestion de l'état dans ce secteur, le président de la FCC Ajit Pai risque bien de permettre la création d'un internet à deux vitesses décrié par de nombreux spécialistes. Les interventions de Pai viseraient également à limiter la possibilité pour les états américains de légiférer sur la question.

" Internet service providers, many of whom operate across state lines, also want to avoid a series of disparate rules from states. They want to avoid a repeat of what happened this year on broadband privacy, when nearly two-dozen states proposed legislation to replace an Obama-FCC regulation that Congress revoked.

But proponents of the current rules question whether the FCC has the authority to block states from issuing their own rules, especially when the agency is paring back its oversight over internet providers in the order.

"I certainly can think of nothing that could be more calculated to get states that are already pissed off to motivate themselves to challenge this decision," said Harold Feld, a senior vice president at Public Knowledge, a public interest group that supports the current regulations. "Did you see what happened with privacy?" Pai's "Restoring Internet Freedom" order says that state and local regulations attempting to regulate broadband in ways that run counter to the federal rules would be preempted.

 In practice, if a state attempts to impose its own net neutrality law and a company objects to the FCC, the agency could issue a ruling that could be used in a court battle, a senior agency official explained in a call with reporters Tuesday. The official spoke anonymously to discuss the change before it's released.

 https://www.politico.com/story/2017/11/21/fcc-net-neutrality-blocking-states-183468

Collaboration dans "Radio-Canada cet après-midi": nouvelles de Washington, Betty Bonifassi et les "work songs", la science au service de l'histoire!


Nos échanges à 17h40 sur l'audio fil du 20 novembre:
http://ici.radio-canada.ca/premiere/emissions/radio-canada-cet-apres-midi

Caricature Charles Manson 1924-2017

Caricature de Milt Priggee, www.miltpriggee.com

Caricature Robert Mueller et Thanksgiving

Caricature d'Ed Wexler, CagleCartoons.com 

 Donald Trump jr et Jared Kushner auront-ils droit au traditionnel "pardon"?

vendredi 17 novembre 2017

Caricature Jeff Sessions et la "persistance" de la mémoire

Caricature de Steve Sack, The Minneapolis Star Tribune

Fuir la Corée du Nord: la vie sous Kim Jong-Un


Quelles sont les conditions de vie en Corée du Nord depuis l'accession au pouvoir de Kim Jong-Un? Le Washington Post a interrogé vingt-cinq dissidents qui sont parvenus à fuir le régime.

 "Some parts of their stories cannot be independently verified because of the secretive nature of the regime, and their names have been withheld to protect their family members still in North Korea. They were introduced to The Post by groups that help North Korean escapees, including No Chain for North Korea, Woorion and Liberty in North Korea.

But in talking about their personal experiences, including torture and the culture of surveillance, they recounted the hardships of daily life under Kim Jong Un’s regime. They paint a picture of a once-communist state that has all but broken down, its state-directed economy at a standstill. Today, North Koreans are making their own way, earning money in an entrepreneurial and often illegal fashion. There are only a few problems in North Korea these days that money can’t solve.

As life inside North Korea is changing, so too are people’s reasons for escaping."

https://www.washingtonpost.com/graphics/2017/world/north-korea-defectors/?hpid=hp_hp-top-table-main_nkorealife-1055am%3Ahomepage%2Fstory&utm_term=.89b6d021c521

Chris Christie persiste et signe


Le Gouverneur sortant du New Jersey a rarement laissé les gens indifférents. Il a connu de grands succès, mais aussi des controverses et des revers cuisants. Après avoir appuyé Donald Trump il ne semble pas avoir eu de retour d'ascenseur de la part du milliardaire. A-t-il des regrets lorsqu'il évalue sa performance après huit ans à la tête de son état? Bien peu.

 "And yet, any fair assessment of Christie’s legacy has to reckon with the highs and the lows. For four years, from 2009 until 2013, he was a political rock star. Iowa activists wooed him to run for president in 2012, even flying to New Jersey to make their case. Magazine covers hailed his brilliance. (“THE BOSS,” blared one TIME cover he loves read.) He screamed at people on the boardwalk while carrying an ice cream cone. It didn’t matter. His approval rating soared above 75 percent in a reliably blue state. After two stinging defeats to Barack Obama, some in the GOP saw a potential winner in Christie’s combination of raw talent, fundraising prowess and ability to woo minorities and Democrats. Many on his team thought him a shoo-in GOP nominee. But he passed up a run in 2012, figuring he wasn’t ready.

Then, for the next four years, Christie became something of a national punching bag. Everything people loved about him seemed to become what they hated. The bridge lanes closed. Investigations mushroomed around his office. Allies and aides were convicted in the closings. His presidential ambitions cratered. Christie, who prides himself a prodigious fundraiser, couldn’t attract donors to his campaign. He was beaten by Trump, a political novice, and then mocked for fetching Trump McDonald’s—even though he didn’t do that—and for looking like a hostage during his endorsement of Trump, even though he says he wasn’t. His musical hero, New Jersey’s own Bruce Springsteen, even sang a duet mocking him with Jimmy Fallon, his favorite late-show host."

https://www.politico.com/magazine/story/2017/11/17/chris-christie-regrets-profile-2017-215832

Caricature mission américaine en évolution

Caricature de Paresh Nath, The Khaleej Times, UAE

Caricature harcèlement sexuel et identification des coupables

Caricature de Kal, Baltimore Sun

Caricature Roy Moore et les dix commandements

Caricature de Taylor Jones, Politicalcartoons.com

Caricature Al Franken et Stuart Smalley

Caricature d'Adam Zyglis, The Buffalo News 

 Pour souligner les accusations de harcèlement sexuel à l'endroit de Franken Zyglis récupère un personnage développé par Franken à l'époque où il travaillait pour Saturday Night Live. En 1995 on en avait même tiré un film intitulé "Stuart sauve sa famille.


Caricature harcèlement sexuel aux États-Unis: simplifions la procédure...

Caricature de Rick McKee, The Augusta Chronicle

jeudi 16 novembre 2017

Le Sénateur démocrate Al Franken accusé d'inconduite sexuelle


Franken, un ancien humoriste, prétend avoir voulu faire une blague qui a mal tourné. La victime, la journaliste Leeann Tweeden, a raconté son histoire à une radio de Los Angeles. Le Sénateur du Minnesota n'a pas nié les faits et il a ensuite présenté ses excuses.

 "According to Tweeden, Franken crafted a performance skit during the trip to make the anchor kiss him against her will. “I felt disgusted and violated,” she said of the incident. “I tried to let it go, but I was angry.”

Tweeden wrote that after she returned from the overseas trip she discovered a picture of the senator groping her as she slept.

 Tweeden’s allegations were published Thursday on the radio station’s website accompanied by a picture depicting Franken grabbing the anchor’s breast while she slept aboard a C-17 cargo plane as they departed from Afghanistan.

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell immediately called for an Ethics Committee investigation."

https://www.politico.com/story/2017/11/16/franken-apologizes-after-woman-alleges-he-groped-her-244976

mercredi 15 novembre 2017

Chronique dans "Québec aujourd'hui" sur les ondes de BLVD 102,1: Donald Trump de retour, piratage à la NSA et la gestion de l'arme nucléaire


Dans la section "Réécouter" du 15 novembre:
  http://blvd.fm/emissions/3-quebec-aujourd-hui

Des Démocrates lancent la procédure de destitution contre Donald Trump


Le geste est symbolique puisque les Démocrates ne sont pas majoritaires à la Chambre des représentants, mais Steve Cohen,représentant démocrate du Tennessee, a malgré tout présenté sa résolution. C'est la troisième fois que ça se produit depuis le début de l'année. 

"Rep. Steve Cohen, D-Tennessee, introduced five articles of impeachment that include obstruction of justice for Trump's decision to fire former FBI Director James Comey, two emoluments clause violations, undermining the independence of the federal judiciary and undermining the freedom of the press.

 "The time has come to make clear to the American people and to this President that his train of injuries to our Constitution must be brought to an end through impeachment," he said.

Cohen, the ranking member on the House judiciary committee's Constitution subcommittee, acknowledged the limitations of his proposal. "I don't expect the House judiciary committee, which is operated like a branch of the administration, to take up hearings," he said. close dialog"

http://www.cnn.com/2017/11/15/politics/cohen-articles-of-impeachment/index.html

James Madison a-t-il une descendance noire? La fascinante rencontre de l'histoire orale et de la science


Par le biais de l'histoire de Bettye Kearse, une femme noire dont l'ancêtre serait le Président James Madison, le Washington Post nous présente une recherche qui pourrait être celle de beaucoup de Noirs américains. Selon des tests génétiques effectués sur 162 000 afro-américains, le bagage génétique des Noirs aux États-Unis serait constitué de 24% de traits essentiellement européens. Nous savions déjà qu'il y avait eu beaucoup de métissage et que la relation de certains propriétaires d'esclaves avec les femmes qu'ils possédaient était bien souvent trouble. L'histoire de Mme Kearse n'est pas sans rappeler celle des descendants de Sally Hemings, maîtresse noire présumée de Thomas Jefferson. L'histoire raciale des États-Unis est complexe et cette question demeure un enjeux en 2017.

"No documents from that sale have ever surfaced that would link the Madisons to Kearse’s ancestors, which is why her DNA test was seen as potentially crucial data. Instead, the test results placed her among the many people butting up against the limits of the technology.

DNA testing has not yet ruled her out as a Madison descendant, but it hasn’t confirmed her as one either. Even if a test might someday provide her with a blood link to the Madison family, questions would probably remain about whether that relation is a direct line to the president — or whether one of his brothers who survived into adulthood, or perhaps a cousin, fathered Coreen’s child.

Left in a gray area, Kearse is choosing for herself what to believe about her identity. She had never expected to experience the kind of aha! discovery depicted in commercials for the retail DNA tests, such as the one where the man who always thought he was German jokes about having to trade his lederhosen for a Scottish kilt."

https://www.washingtonpost.com/graphics/2017/lifestyle/dna-madison/?hpid=hp_hp-more-top-stories_dnamadison-110pm%3Ahomepage%2Fstory&utm_term=.d7a803ce98f0

mardi 14 novembre 2017

Le Kentucky bientôt un état sans clinique d'avortement?



Si l'avortement est légal depuis 1973 aux États-Unis, plusieurs états favorisent des législations qui en réduisent l'accès. Il ne reste plus qu'une seule clinique dans tout l'état du Kentucky et son existence est actuellement menacée, ce qui ferait de cet état le seul à ne pas avoir de clinique d'avortement dans tout le pays. Le Kentucky pourrait même devenir un modèle à envisager pour certains autres états puisque le nombre de cliniques est à la baisse sur l'ensemble du territoire.

 "Kentucky could become the first with zero abortion clinics due to alleged shortcomings with the Louisville clinic's "transfer agreement." Transfer agreements are written agreements between an abortion clinic and a hospital, saying the hospital agrees to accept the clinic's patients in case of emergency.

In the past, the EMW Louisville clinic's transfer agreement was signed by the head of a hospital's obstetrics/gynecology department. But now, the state says that signature isn't good enough -- the clinic needs the signature of a hospital president or CEO. And so far, no local hospital president nor CEO has agreed to sign a transfer agreement.

"The standards are just outrageous," said Wells, who co-founded the EMW Louisville clinic.

Wells and other critics of the state law say it's unnecessary because federal law requires emergency rooms to accept anyone who shows up -- with or without a "transfer agreement." They believe the restriction is actually an attempt by Gov. Matt Bevin's administration to eliminate abortion services in Kentucky."

 http://www.cnn.com/2017/11/14/health/kentucky-last-abortion-clinic/index.html

Caricature hypocrisie républicaine

Caricature de Nate Beeler, The Columbus Dispatch

Caricature Roy Moore et les dix acommandements

Caricature de Steve Sack, The Minneapolis Star Tribune

lundi 13 novembre 2017

Caricature contes pour jeunes filles en 2017

Caricature de David Fitzsimmons, The Arizona Star

Caricature Vladimir Poutine se joue de Trump

Caricature de David Fitzsimmons, The Arizona Star

Sommet ASEAN 2017

Caricature de Marian Kamensky, Austria

Collaboration dans "Radio-Canada cet après-midi": Roy Moore embête les Républicains, Donald Trump à l'étranger et la NSA ébranlée


Nos échanges d'aujourd'hui à compter de 17h46 sur l'audio fil du 13 novembre:
http://ici.radio-canada.ca/premiere/emissions/radio-canada-cet-apres-midi

Donald Trump est-il fou? La Corée du Nord veut savoir


Situation irréaliste que celle de dirigeants de la Corée du Nord qui utilisent des contacts pour tenter de bien évaluer le comportement du président américain.

 The North Koreans have asked her not only if Trump is nuts, DiMaggio said, but what and how to think about everything from his public undercutting of his Secretary of State Rex Tillerson to special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into possible campaign collusion with Russia.

 “They really want to know what is his end game,” said DiMaggio, a scholar at New America who specializes in talking with rogue regimes and has spent the past two years in these secret discussions with the North Koreans. She believes they were ready after Trump’s surprise election to discuss a new round of official talks with the U.S. to defuse the standoff over their nuclear weapons—but that Trump’s escalating rhetoric and Twitter rants such as his weekend taunting of North Korea’s “short and fat” Kim Jong Un may have foreclosed that option. “They follow the news very closely; they watch CNN 24/7; they read his tweets and other things.”

https://www.politico.com/magazine/story/2017/11/13/north-korea-trump-secret-talks-global-politico-215822

Caricature thanksgiving 2017

Caricature de Joe Heller, PoliticalCartoons.com

dimanche 12 novembre 2017

Caricature Donald Trump le nouveau Tarzan

Caricature de Steve Sack, The Minneapolis Star Tribune

Corey Booker trop gentil pour devenir président?


Un portrait intéressant de celui que plusieurs entrevoient comme candidat démocrate en 2020. Certains lui reprochent sa "conspiration de l'amour" et on s'interroge sur son potentiel pour vaincre Donald Trump.

" David Axelrod, the former strategist for Barack Obama, has theorized that voters seek in their next president not a replica of the predecessor but a remedy—and a Booker candidacy certainly would present a stark contrast, assuming President Donald Trump is the Republican incumbent. If Booker does vie for the highest office, he will encounter a number of obstacles. Conservatives think he’s too liberal, and liberals tend to think he’s too conservative. His coziness with Wall Street rankles his party’s left flank. He has championed school choice, atypical for a progressive. He has had one notable brush with scandal—an accusation, which he denies, that he took a salary from a law firm that did business with Newark. And he’s 48 and single, a teetotaler and a vegan, with a monkish, ascetic streak, all of which might strike many in Middle America as odd or unrelatable. But then there is this—the open question of whether the love-talking Booker is the right fit at a time when angry, rattled Democrats are hankering for combative, fight-fire-with-fire, anti-Trump rhetoric. And the Democratic gains in Tuesday’s elections in Virginia, New Jersey and elsewhere have only fueled that rage. What chance, some worry, would Booker’s “conspiracy of love” have against an opponent who wields as one of his most powerful weapons a schoolyard talent to demean?"

https://www.politico.com/magazine/story/2017/11/10/cory-booker-2020-profile-feature-donald-trump-215814

Caricature Républicains et carte de la moralité

Caricature de RJ Matson, Roll Call

Roy Moore toujours en avance en Alabama: pourquoi?


La partisanerie politique est-elle plus importante que les valeurs morales? Il semble que si on considère qu'ils sont nombreux à continuer d'appuyer Roy Moore même si on allègue qu'il a tenté d'obtenir les faveurs sexuelles d'une adolescente de 14 ans il y a plusieurs années. Les partisans de Moore avancent parfois des arguments pour le moins étonnants lorsqu'ils se portent à la défense de cet ancien juge controversé.

" Moore, who has made a career touting the Ten Commandments and defying federal authority, is a hero to many voters in Alabama, a deeply conservative and religious state where half the residents identify as evangelicals and say they oppose both abortion and LGBTQ rights. Moore, to say the least, has been outspoken on these issues. And an estimated one-third of voters in the state Republican Party, which dominates in Alabama, consistently support him.

 “Voters in this state have a history of ignoring sexual misconduct,” says Larry Powell, a professor of communications studies at the University of Alabama at Birmingham, a political consultant and the author of books on state politics. “They voted for Trump, and he still has strong support in this state.”

Steve Flowers, a former state representative turned political commentator, also cites “Big” Jim Folsom, who had a penchant for kissing women on the campaign trail, saying he would start “with the 16-year-olds” and work his way to older ones from there. Folsom fathered a child out of wedlock while Alabama’s governor in the 1940s and was again elected governor in 1954."

https://www.politico.com/magazine/story/2017/11/12/alabama-slow-to-condemn-roy-moore-senate-215819

Donald Trump est dupe affirment John Brennan et James Clapper jr.


Brennan et Clapper, deux vétérans du renseignement aux États-Unis, affirment que Vladimir Poutine se joue de Donald Trump sur la question de l'ingérence de la Russie dans l'élection 2016. Le Président a affirmé croire Poutine sur parole et il a dénigré Brennan et Clapper. Un président américain appuyant un dirigeant russe contre l'avis de ses experts du renseignement eut été impensable il y a quelques mois à peine...

 "Both men were highly critical of Trump for not saying more definitively that Putin was behind the Russian interference in the U.S. election, a conclusion strongly endorsed by the U.S. intelligence community.

“I don’t know why the ambiguity about this,” Brennan said. “Putin is committed to undermining our system, our democracy and our whole process. And to try paint it in any other way is, I think, astounding, and, in fact, poses a peril to this country.”

https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/post-politics/wp/2017/11/12/former-u-s-intelligence-officials-trump-being-played-by-putin/?hpid=hp_hp-top-table-main_pp-intelofficials-1008am%3Ahomepage%2Fstory&utm_term=.d828fe1a5280

Caricature Trump et Xi Jinping: avant et après...

Caricature de Xi Jinping

Caricature Facebook et fake news...

Caricature d'Adam Zyglis, The Buffalo News

Al-Qaïda de retour avec la complicité de l'Iran?


Alors que l'État islamique est sérieusement ébranlé, Al-Qaïda semble retrouver de la vigueur et l'Iran serait complice.

 "Our research reveals that al-Qaeda and covert agents acting for the Iranian deep state first attempted to broker an unlikely agreement more than two decades back, after Saddam Hussein flat-out rejected al-Qaeda’s request for military assistance. The pact then flourished under the George W. Bush administration, when a back-channel from the White House to Tehran, running from 2001 to 2003, discussed it frequently. Former State Department and White House officials in on these talks maintain that the vice president’s office suggested the White House do nothing, worrying that the administration would undermine the campaign to oust Saddam Hussein in Iraq—which was being underwritten by claims he sponsored al-Qaeda and concealed weapons of mass destruction. Finally, according to these same sources, the vice president’s office also told U.S. envoys to Iran and Afghanistan that once regime change had succeeded in Iraq, Tehran was next.»"

  https://www.theatlantic.com/international/archive/2017/11/al-qaeda-iran-cia/545576/

Caricature intégrisme de par le monde

Caricature de Matt Wuerker, POLITICO